"My commitment is to teaching social justice advocacy across K-12 settings for students interested in mental health and school counseling. Through a holistic and intersectional counseling approach, we teach Missouri State students to work with and on behalf of clients from diverse backgrounds." Dr. Taryne Mingo
This Month's Faculty Spotlight- Dr. Taryne Mingo discussing the MSU Graduate Counseling Program
School Based Play Therapy Workshop
Saturday January 27th, 2016: School Based Play Therapy
Presenter: Rebecca J. Smotherman, MS, LPC, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor
Located in the Park Central Office Building, the CACREP accredited Counseling Program offers students the opportunity to study Community Mental Health, School Counseling, and Play Therapy in a live setting at the Center City Counseling Clinic. The faculty bring real life experiences, and have a strong desire for success with their students and provide real world opportunities.
If you are interested in the Graduate Counseling program click here.
If you are a Current Student and more information click here.
Our faculty come from a wide background of experience and diversity. Their love and devotion to preparing future counselors, lead this CACREP accredited program.
Center City Counseling Center is one of Springfield's longest counseling centers, providing low income residents with professional services and students the opportunity to work in a real world setting.
The MSU Graduate Counseling program works directly with local schools, hospitals and clinics in an effort to provide students with real world experience. If you are a community partner enter through this portal for documents.